Preventing & Ending Homelessness Project (PEHP):
Seven legal services organizations collaborated to launch PEHP, countywide, which is designed to remove barriers that prevent people from securing or keeping housing. This project supports legal services for three different sets of constituents–individuals, families, and transition-aged youth or “TAY” (16-24 years of age)–who are currently experiencing homelessness or who are at imminent risk of homelessness. Click the flyers below for more information.
The City of LA will suspend many parking tickets during the health emergency. The City will only enforce expired meters in rush hour enforcement zones, parking in front of hydrants, and parking in front of other colored curbs. The City will not enforce alternate side of the street parking rules in residential zones. Additionally, this is retroactive to March 16. If you received a ticket from a City of Los Angeles parking agency the week of March 16, you may be exempt from paying it.
The City of LA has also temporarily stopped towing vehicles for expired registrations, leaving a vehicle for over 72 hours, or five or more unpaid parking tickets. Vehicles can still be towed if they present a health and safety threat or impede essential City services.